I am trying not to use formulas..

$\displaystyle \int_{}{}\ (^4\sqrt{3x+5}) (x) dx$

Answer : $\displaystyle \frac{4}{81} (3x+5)^{\frac{5}{4} }(3x-4)+C$

I am pretty sure I am on the right track but my weak algebra is making it harder

u= 3x+5

u'= 3

dx in tems of u = $\displaystyle \frac {1}{3} $

and

x in tems of the new intgral = $\displaystyle (\frac{u-5}{3}) $

Here is the new integral!!!!!! I am going to simplify it now!!!!!!!

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{3} \int_{}{} (\frac{u-5}{3}) u^{ \frac {1}{4} } du$

Factoring out the 1/3

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{3} \int_{}{} (\frac{1}{3})(u-5) u^{ \frac {1}{4} } du$

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{9} \int_{}{} (u-5) u^{ \frac {1}{4} } du$

distribute the $\displaystyle u^{1/4}$, Notice that I can now directly integrate the function.

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{9} ( \int_{}{} u ^{ \frac {5}{4} }du -5 \int_{}{} u ^{ \frac {1}{4} }du)$

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{9} [ \frac {4}{9} u ^{ \frac {9}{4} }- 4u ^{ \frac {5}{4} } ]$

factor out common crap

$\displaystyle \frac {1}{9} [ \frac {4}{9} u ^{ \frac {5}{4} }(u- 9 )]$ =$\displaystyle ( \frac {4}{81} u ^{ \frac {5}{4} })(u- 9 )$

plug U back in

=$\displaystyle ( \frac {4}{81} (3x+5) ^{ \frac {5}{4} })(3x+5- 9 )$

simplify and dont forget to add C!!!!!!!!!!

=$\displaystyle \frac {4}{81} (3x+5) ^{ \frac {5}{4} }(3x-4 )+C$